Studying environmental science at university in the early 2000s, I would often leave class in despair. There was too much wrong, too much environmental degradation, too many negative environmental trends. Unfortunately, the health of earth has progressively worsened since then. Today, I’m easily overwhelmed when I consider the global challenges we all face. Challenges like … More Why You Should Care About the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Four easy ways to reduce food waste, featuring the kids of the Queensland Children’s Hospital on JuicedTV in association with OzHarvest. Look! Buy! Store! Cook! … More Four Easy Ways to Reduce Food Waste
Does swimming at the beach, bird watching, camping on a mountain side or going for a bush walk affect our behaviour?
Could there be a connection between climbing trees and the likelihood that someone would consider taking action to reduce their ecological footprint? … More Nature Experiences: Good for the Environment?
So you want to buy a new laptop or a smart phone, but you’ve read about numerous social and environmental impacts during their lifecycles. You’ve learnt about polluting production processes – the leaching of toxic chemicals and the heavy reliance on fossil fuels. You are aware that making electronics requires the mining of minerals which … More Computer Buying Tips for the Ethically Minded
When I moved to Thailand six months ago, my lifestyle changed dramatically: a different culture, food, language and climate. Prior to this, I’d been trying to live more sustainably: consciously endeavouring to live a less impactful life through my decisions. My idea of sustainable living was swiftly challenged in moving to Thailand, where language and … More Questioning Sustainable Living